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... had "slipped out of place". He said it was because of the horrible shaking and vomiting I did post op due to the anesthesia. So I had to go back to the OR one week post op to have this pin replaced and the bones reset. ... (4 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy March 1st and have since had 2 post op appointments. My first appointment my doctor just looked at it for a brief second and had it my foot recasted in a soft cast. My second appointment I had my stiches removed and had a hard cast put on which I am to remain in until April 11. ... (5 replies)
... op. Like you I had my stitches out at two weeks and then I was on crutches and only weight bearing on my heel for another month, after which I had the external pin removed and was referred for physio. ... (41 replies)

... pins and stitches OUT! ... (149 replies)
... months and not exercising on a regular basis is tough. I've gained about 5 pounds. I think it could have been a lot worse had I been going out to eat more often! ... (149 replies)
... I had a bunionectomy and hammer toe surgery on right foot on June 9. All went well, no pins, 2 tiny screws in the big toe, 4 inch incision. Some numbness over the scar. ... (149 replies)
... I understand how frustrating it is not to be running! I am 17 weeks post op from my right bunionectomy and 2 weeks post op from my left. ... (149 replies)
... and after about 8 weeks, I was able to start running again. ... (149 replies)
... earthworm, pearl and northwind!!? ... (12 replies)
... I'm 35 years old and when I went in for my 6 week check up the doc was amazed. He let me start walking on it. ... (39 replies)
... negative response to another's posting to try to bring some reality to the situation, that there is always someone posting how bad it wasn't for them and I felt that I was being made to feel as I was scaring people off. So, thank you. ... (90 replies)
... today, I went for a 3 mile walk, without any significant swelling afterwards. I went for a shorter walk this evening, to test my foot further. I've only been running a little thus far, though I'm swimming everyday, a good way to get back to daily exercise. ... (11 replies)
... I had my surgery last April and I think I started running in August. I was scared to run at first because of the pounding your foot takes but my doctor assured me it would be fine. ... (7 replies)
... As everyone has said, elevate, it's so important and really helps for a smoother recovery. ... (8 replies)
... you will definitely be able to run again.. i had a bunionectomy and osteotomy in April and I think I started running in August. just be careful not to push yourself too hard in the beginning. work your way up slowly. ... (7 replies)
... I've actually been having similar issues since i went running for the first time about two weeks ago. I had a lapidus bunionectomy and osteotomy on April 3rd and i felt some discomfort the weeks after surgery but it was pretty mild. ... (23 replies)
... op austin bunionectomy, and I feel as though I am at my breaking point! ... (6 replies)
... I had an Austin bunionectomy and cheilectomy on my left foot on Nov. 30. ... (3 replies)
... hour I could feel my feet start to swell a little, and they were still a bit stiff with the range of motion. Now, the swelling is gone, and I'm back to everyday activities, and running does not bother me at all. ... (4 replies)
... I am scheduled for my left foot bunionectomy on October 10th, three days after I will complete my 50th marathon in St. George, Utah. My bunions seem to be hereditory. ... (4 replies)

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